Founded In 2013
DivvyCloud protects enterprise cloud and container environments from misconfigurations, policy violations, threats, and identity and access management (IAM) challenges by using automation and real-time remediation to ensure continuous security and compliance. DivvyCloud believes freedom is important because it’s the only way to truly innovate. Large enterprises need to be able to tinker and explore new ideas in the cloud. They need to be able to build new services, make mistakes, and learn from them without risk. DivvyCloud helps enterprises provide even more value to their customers by giving their engineers self-service access to cloud, providing them the ability to innovate in the cloud, and getting their products to market faster.
In 2009, DivvyCloud founders Brian, Chris, and Andrew, were part of Electronic Arts’ (EA) infrastructure team tasked with realizing EA’s cloud vision. They realized managing over 5,000 servers, in five countries, with millions of subscribers in a hybrid-cloud environment was complex, time-consuming, and risky.
In 2012 the team left EA and poured their experiences and expertise into building DivvyCloud. Their mission was to help enterprises take full advantage of the the speed and agility of the cloud without sacrificing security or flexibility.
During 2019, DivvyCloud more than doubled in size to support recent successful market expansion. To support that growth, DivvyCloud focuses on maintaining company culture while continuing to innovate it’s employee programs in the same way the company innovates its products and services. DivvyCloud is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace, competitive compensation and benefits, and continuous learning and growth for its employees.
Today, DivvyCloud has more than 40 customers, including Spotify, Fannie Mae, Pizza Hut, and AutoDesk. They’ve won over 30 awards.
Less than a minute from the metro in a modern building. The office is just around the corner from coffee shops, bars, and a variety of restaurants. Offices have phone booths that feel like spaceships. Cool, sleek, and modern office space.
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